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ooglymoogly Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Apr-25-11 12:30 AM
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37. You have to ask yourself: What is it the pugs and neocons are so very, very afraid of,
if the trials take place outside a carefully controlled proceeding they know their people can control? Could it be as many suspect, secrets that might blow the lid off more criminal involvement, thus far, so carefully hidden with such clumsy and criminal over reaches like "looking forward"?

If these "terrorists" are prosecuted in an open court proceeding, the media outside the beltway puppetry, would be closely scrutinizing the proceedings and who knows what might then come out.

Secrets many suspect are so damning the war profiteers cannot even contemplate taking the risk of open court proceedings in this country where anything could happen.

There are only so many folks their junk yard dogs can control.

Guantanamo? now that is easy, it belongs to the MI Complex lock stock and barrel and so can be controlled down to every word and action coming out of such a closely guarded gulag.

But then there comes a wild card...Wiki leaks.

No wonder they are so desperate to nail Assange.
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